The Recovery Center at York Hospital

16 Hospital Drive
York, ME 03909
(207) 351-2118

Services Provided
Fentanyl test strips, Harm reduction, Medication for alcohol use disorder, Medication for opioid disorder, Naloxone distribution, Outpatient treatment, Recovery support, Substance use prevention, Treatment (any), Withdrawal services ("detox")
Populations Served
Formerly incarcerated people, General population, LGBTQ+ people, Pregnant & postpartum people, Support for friends and family, Unhoused or housing insecure, Veterans

The Recovery Center’s “Phase Program” with Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) provides an intensive outpatient program for treatment of all substance use disorders. Phase I and Phase II are programs that together provide professional support for 6 months of the recovery process. Intensive Outpatient Treatment (Phase 1): Consecutive sessions of intense treatment and education for the person suffering from Substance Use Disorders. Group sessions are held from 4–7pm on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings and cover co-occurring addiction and recovery, skill acquisition, family concerns and whole person wellness. Clients and their family/friends are provided meals in the hospital cafeteria on the nights of the group sessions.

Last updated on October 24, 2023